ALL cats have a specific bacyeria in their mouth  (begins w "p"; not jult felv

Christiane Biagi
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Susan Ang <> wrote:

>Wash the wound with antibiotic soap and keep antibiotic ointment on it. Also 
>treat with hot compresses. It will draw white blood cells to the area. The Dr 
>told me to do this. 
>Autumn bit the fire out of me when I was 6 months pregnant. My hand swelled up 
>and was red and sore. I never developed streaks, but went to Urgent Care for 
>antibiotics. Make sure you eat your yogurt, if you get them. They are STRONG. 
>FELV + have filthy mouths:-/
>I also urge you not to tell them that it was your cat. Just emphasize that 
>said cat had it's rabies shot. 
>~Susan A
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>On Jun 4, 2011, at 8:07 AM, Jannes Taylor <> wrote:
>> Last night I had Amber in my lap upstairs. I am trying to get her use to 
>> seeing 
>> the other cats and use to the upstairs life. I had the IFA test performed by 
>> another vet and will hear from it next week. I am being optimistic so I 
>> wanted 
>> to get a head start on getting her acclamated. My youngest cat Moses decided 
>> to 
>> suddenly jump in my lap with her and Amber freaked out! In the process of 
>> holding on to her she bit me very hard on my hand. It hurt so bad and still 
>> does. It is red and slightly swollen. My husband thinks I am being paranoid 
>> about it, but I had a friend who almost lost his arm due to infection from a 
>> cat 
>> bite. Should I visit the doctor??
>>  Jannes 
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